Our Home of the Week is located at the end of Chester's treasured Peninsula. It is a private and serene property with spectacular panoramic views.
Our Home of the Week is a custom built contemporary masterpiece and offers luxury waterfront living at its finest.
Our Home of the Week is located on the deepest part of Malibu Colony beach. This stunning architectural four bedroom suite residence plus guest studio evokes the essence of Malibu sophistication on the beach at its best.
Our Home of the Week is perhaps the most unique property in the New York City area. A private island with year round launch access via the mainland property. The main residence is a stunning English Country Colonial with magnificent views from every room.
Our Home of the Week, known as Ocean Lawn, is sited on 6.70 acres of glorious grounds with 515 feet of frontage on the Atlantic Ocean. Legendary Boston firm Peabody & Stearns constructed the brick manor house with a Queen Anne exterior and graceful, well-proportioned rooms in 1889.
Our Home of the Week is a stunning 12,000 square foot colonial, just steps from Long Island Sound. Clean lines and sophisticated design come together in this nontraditional beach house.
Our Home of the Week is an extraordinary custom contemporary on the gated and private Ono Island. Craftsmanship and detail are unparalleled in this 5200 square foot work of art.
Our Home of the Week is custom home designed by Robert Wade within the sought-after Villa Cay neighborhood at Ocean Reef. This magnificent waterfront residence graced by soaring ceilings and wall-to-wall windows is a haven for gazing at the Atlantic Ocean.
Our Home of the Week is a collection of private residences for sale at Soneva Jani in the Maldives. The over-water and island villas offer the ultimate in desert island living, located within a 5.6 kilometre lagoon of crystal clear waters with uninterrupted 360° views of the Indian Ocean.
These adjoining properties are made up of nearly four miles of pristine oceanfront and more than 2,200 acres, including the historic land where Santa Barbara was initially discovered.